Following approvals from local and state authorities including the Arizona Department of Health Services, residents have begun moving into The Landings of Prescott Valley. It is the latest senior living center to be constructed in PV.
Located at 3500 N. Windsong Drive, the 106-unit complex offers residents 13 floor plans ranging from range from studio to one- and two-bedroom with square footages beginning at 260 up to 710 square feet. Independent living, assisted living, memory care or other choices are available.
Contemporary one- and two-story buildings totaling more than 60,000 square feet occupy almost 6 acres. The estimated building cost was about $18 million.
Gail Hitt, executive director, said all units come furnished in the living and sleeping areas. Some appliances such as refrigerators are included. All have HVAC, cable and Wi-Fi. Parking is free.
Hitt also said on-site facilities such as a library-study area, theater, meeting-game room, workout rooms, several open commons area and a bistro offer residents many opportunities “to get together, share experiences, enjoy snacks and beverages and learn about each other. We’re an all-inclusive senior
living setting. Residents don’t have to worry about yard work
or daily household tasks. Our job is to make life easy and
comfortable as possible.”
Hitt said activity director Georgi Mendez plans and coordinates hosted events and outings to local social and cultural events and programs. No-cost transportation to shopping areas in the greater community is offered.
Ultimately, it’s anticipated more than 60 people will be working at The Landings.
The Landings is part of a large national chain –Affinity Living Group (ALG); I the only one in Arizona. However, ALG is ranked seventh in the nation as a provider of assisted living and fourth largest for Alzheimer’s and memory care. Based in Hickory, North Carolina, most of its more than 100 senior care centers are in the East.
One of the owner-developers, Jeffrey Fleischer, from Novo Living Properties in Phoenix, said he was proud of the facility and the ranges of care it offered residents. Fleischer and Hitt said prices quoted are the amounts billed — there are no add-on fees or hidden surprises.
More information is available by calling 928-445-3669 or by going online at www.prescottvalleyseniors.com